SuperEnalotto Jackpot Goes Past €100 Million

SuperEnalotto Jackpot Goes Past €100 Million

The SuperEnalotto jackpot has reached €100 million for only the seventh time in the game’s history, sparking even more excitement among players. The top prize has not been this large since a ticket holder from Caltanissetta won €130 million back in April of last year.

The jackpot has only been won once since that success in Sicily, by a syndicate of players across Italy who bought a system entry for the draw on 23rd June 2018. A seven-month wait for another winner has pushed the top prize back into the top ten of all time, and the rollover on Saturday left it as the sixth-largest ever.

The biggest jackpot remains the €177 million claimed by a syndicate of 70 players in October 2010, on a ticket bought in Milan, Lombardy. In terms of the luckiest regions for SuperEnalotto players, Campania leads the way with 18 jackpot wins, just ahead of Lazio on 16.

Big Prizes in 2019

Despite the lack of a jackpot winner, SuperEnalotto has still given away millions of prizes already this year, including several big winners. On Tuesday 29th January, one ticket holder from Marigliano in Naples snapped up €638,266 after matching five main numbers plus the SuperStar. They purchased their entry at the Tobacco Dealer 9 of corso Vittoria Emanuele 223.

The SuperEnalotto Results page shows the latest winning numbers straight after every draw, along with a breakdown of all the prizes won. You can also use the Checker to see if the numbers you have played have won any prizes in the last 90 days.

How High Will The Jackpot Go?

There is no limit to how high the jackpot can go in SuperEnalotto, unlike other games such as Eurojackpot, where the top prize is capped at €90 million. It is therefore possible that the jackpot could keep growing and a new record may be set in the next couple of months, but ticket sales are likely to increase now that top prize has eclipsed €100 million.

As more combinations are set to be entered into future draws, there is a higher probability that the jackpot will be won. The odds for every single line remain exactly the same, but you can improve your chances by entering more more sets of numbers.

You just have to select six main numbers from 1 to 90 to play SuperEnalotto, while you can also add SuperStar for a small additional fee and pick another number from a separate pool of 1 to 90. You can visit any authorised retailer or take part online, choosing how many draws you want to enter.

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Last Updated: Monday 4 February, 2019 at 13:50
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